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Sound & Thermal Coactivity :: 2018
Performance Installation

Sound & Thermal Coactivity was a participative sound installation, the piece utilised thermally reactive clothing to manipulate the sounding environment of the participants and observers of the piece.

The primary aim of the artwork is to draw attention to and explore the connections between our aural surroundings and environmental effects such as temperature and humidity. The installation, which involves an open, coactive process of model making from natural materials, is designed to explore how our audible surroundings can influence our perception of hot and cold environments, to establish how and whether this contributes to our ability to form functioning relationships with the people and objects around us, as well as engendering a heightened alertness to our perceived levels of threat and comfort within our surroundings.

Key:: Interactive sound installation, performance, sound sculpture, max/msp, wearable technology.

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